Bauer Larson


FKA "Wavy Gorilla" Bauer Larson is an independent Southern African artist & writer with a distinct voice and colorful skill-set. His music often rotates between exuberant optimism and harsh realism. His music can be classified (but not limited to) as Hip Hop and Rap music, with subtle elements of Jazz and Funk. Most notable [In early 2019] for a leaked demo track produced by longtime collaborator, "Ultravelli" entitled "Hold a bottle". The song was released to quiet acclaim among audiences and critics alike. "Hailing from the Kingdom of Eswatini (FKA Swaziland) this young rapper and producer has created a track that ties together elements of some of the more exciting developments in Hip-Hop and filters them through a fresh ear." - Tometotheweathermachine "Bauer Larson’s track, Hold A Bottle, is hard hitting anthem about things that Bauer went through in his life. You can hear in the emotions of his vocals that pain was involved, it was love, it was distrust and growth." - TheOak - JadeOakmedia Lars is obsessed with the minor details that most people overlook and he is known for planting layered Easter Eggs throughout his songs much to the delight of rap nerds and music critics. Lars values personal growth immensely and this is evidenced by the way his sound evolves project by project, much to the dismay of typical 'Type Beat' producers. His approach to music prioritizes and encourages transparency along with vulnerability, with emphasis on discerning who, where, when and why. Which gives him the opportunity to develop an intimate relationship with his budding audience. His ideas together with his creativity grow more ambitious and risky with each release. Keeping his modest, devoted and ever expanding fan-base on their toes.


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Bauer Larson - Hold a bottle Prod. Ultravelli [Leak]


Bauer Larson - Hold a bottle Prod. Ultravelli [Leak]
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